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Topic: How to calculate volume of 3D triangle
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Alexander Bogomolny

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Re: How to calculate volume of 3D triangle
Posted: Nov 11, 2008 2:05 PM
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If by a 3D triangle you mean a triangular prism then yes, to find it's volume you need to multiply the area of the base triangle (use Heron's formula) by the height which is 7 in your case.

A. Bogomolny
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